Since his first cover posted on Soundcloud back in January 2015, Aslove already gained a lot of attention. Supported by several international blogs, his music gets a pop and housy touch, always brightened by a vocal touch and smartly balanced for both dancefloors and radios. Part of the new French electronic generation, Aslove released his first radio hit in February 2017. Based on a Mia Wray’s cover of ‘Put Your Records On’ from Corine Bailey Rae, this track quickly became one of the most played by French radios in 2017. Sweet guitars, subtle percussions, groovy beats, catchy melodies, his musical recipe is trendy without copying anyone. With more than 200K views on Youtube under three months, the video clip shot in New York was an other 1 great spotlight for him and the success around this first official release was global. With hundreds of thousands requests on Shazam and more than 5 million streams on this first official release, Aslove managed to satisfy music fans from all around the world. Only aged 22, this skilled DJ, guitarist and self-made producer is ready to spread his refreshing vision of Dance Music, which is far away being straight to the dancefloor. His remixes for Katy Perry & Carla Bruni have already underlined a more subtle and musical approach when he’s in the studio. Late November 2017, Aslove gave birth to ‘So High’, his follow-up single. Short after the release, it gained a lot of attention in many countries while the original track was highly supported by the 2nd biggest Frenchmusical radio, Fun Radio, which has given to it more than 3 plays a day since March. This 2nd single gained more than 1 million streams and showcased Aslove’s taste for a forward-thinking Dance Music. Remixes from his fellow citizen LeMarquis, Hugel & Retrovision also gave him many A-list DJs supports, from David Guetta to Don Diablo through Mike Williams, Juicy M and Lucas & Steve. 2018 has started with an impressive series of remixes for the likes of Jacob Banks, LeMarquis, Mosimann, Mattway, BLV, Maan On The Moon and Kev. All of these reworks have underlined his fresh approach when it comes to produce dance-able quality music. Influenced by disco-funk as much as poprock, Aslove’s creativity has no limits and shapes into a timeless electronic music for dancers and diggers. Next months may prove it to the world, with the upfront release of ‘Good Ideas’, a very catchy tune just in time for this summer. Much more funky and groovier to his previous releases, this new hit single is built around a catchy sax gimmick. Danish pop singer Tim Schou, who lately appeared next to Felix Jaehn, gives a very sexy touch to the lead vocals while Leroy Menace shares his perfect rap flow to give even more freshness to this very feel good track. No doubt, Aslove is definitely one of the uprising new talents hailing from France.